National Collegiate Honors Council Conference
Samantha Snively, a senior English major and J.N. Andrews Scholar, presented her senior Honors project research poster at the National Collegiate Honors Council Conference in Boston in mid-November of 2012 and won first place in her category.
Snively's poster was entitled "'I account this world a tedious theatre': Foucauldian Theatricality and Female Subversion in Webster's The Duchess of Malfi." The poster, one of about 50 submitted in the category, won first place for Best Poster in the Arts & Humanities. Dr. Monique Pittman, director of the J.N. Andrews Honors Program and associate professor of English, was the research advisor for the project. View Andrews News Listing
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